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Health and Wellbeing Services

…therapy – read the Speech and Language in the early years document for more information. [PDF, 186Kb] Physiotherapy – read the NHS Children’s Physiotherapy leaflet in North Lincolnshire document [PDF,… Continue Reading Health and Wellbeing Services

Starting School

…exam to get in. Usually, children begin school in the academic year they turn five (the reception year) and will follow the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) framework before beginning… Continue Reading Starting School

School Information

…from ages 3 to 11. Primary school teachers teach children using the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework (EYFS) for children in nursery and reception classes, or primary national curriculum at… Continue Reading School Information

The Role of the SENCO

…school’s delegated budget and other resources to meet pupils’ needs effectively liaising with parents of pupils with SEN liaising with early years providers, other schools, educational psychologists, health and social… Continue Reading The Role of the SENCO

Annual Health Check - Learning Disabilities

…young people aged 14 or over with a learning disability. An annual health check helps you stay well by talking about your health and finding any problems early, so you… Continue Reading Annual Health Check – Learning Disabilities

School Nursing Service

…health problems or concerns early they then provide support to ensure these needs are met. School Nurses offer a confidential service and can support with emotional health and wellbeing, healthy… Continue Reading School Nursing Service


…a wide range of support. From early years into adulthood. Learning and development. Play schemes, adventure playgrounds and youth groups. Parent support and mediation. Social connections and emotional wellbeing. When… Continue Reading Kids

Apprenticeships and Training

…Learning to talk to people Learning to work as part of a team and Learning how to solve problems Apprenticeships usually take between one and four years to finish depending… Continue Reading Apprenticeships and Training

Jack B's story

…by loud noises. However, over the 6 years Jack has attended the Do Something Different (DSD) sessions he has adapted to cope very well with the noise of other participants… Continue Reading Jack B’s story

Information, Advice and Support

…kind of: Support at school, college or training Health services Care and support Most people who are 16 years old or more and have finished Year 11 can make their… Continue Reading Information, Advice and Support

EHC Needs Assessment

…can finish your education or training. Who should have the assessment You can have an EHC Needs Assessment if you are: aged 25 years or under you have special educational… Continue Reading EHC Needs Assessment

Education, Health and Care Plan CYP

…April 2018. If you are aged 25 years or under and you need extra help with learning then you might get a plan to help you get more support. EHC… Continue Reading Education, Health and Care Plan CYP

Post 16 Education

…to level 3 vocational and academic subjects. You must now be in education or some form of training until you are 18 years old. Options after year 11 include: Full-time… Continue Reading Post 16 Education

Disability Symbols

…are skilled, loyal and hard working improve employee morale and commitment by demonstrating fair treatment. It also helps identify those employers who are committed to inclusion and diversity in the… Continue Reading Disability Symbols


…more information, please email Ethnic Minority and Traveller Service Church Square House 30-40 High Street Scunthorpe DN15 6NL 01724 297789 Equality Diversity and Inclusion Family Hubs Schools and… Continue Reading EMTAS